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Archaeological Excavation Maps History at Hecadeck Lane, Nether Broughton

During the summer, the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) carried out an archaeological excavation at our development on Hecadeck Lane in Nether Broughton.

The excavations have revealed archaeological features related to a rural settlement, including structures that may have been used as houses, barns and for storage, pits used for rubbish and to store things like food and grain, and ditches used to mark land boundaries and enclosures for livestock.

The finds recovered from these features indicated the settlement date was from the late Saxon to early medieval periods and that it may have been established as early as the 9th Century AD.

After the archaeological excavation was complete, and prior to the construction of the new homes, Grace Homes arranged for the Nether Broughton History Project (NBHP) to visit the site, so they could view the findings.

About the development:

The Oval, Nether Broughton, is a small development of 12 two to five-bedroom homes with incredible views across open fields. To receive more information as it becomes available REGISTER YOUR INTEREST HERE.

During the summer, the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) carried out an archaeological excavation at our development on Hecadeck Lane in Nether Broughton.

The excavations have revealed archaeological features related to a rural settlement, including structures that may have been used as houses, barns and for storage, pits used for rubbish and to store things like food and grain, and ditches used to mark land boundaries and enclosures for livestock.

The finds recovered from these features indicated the settlement date was from the late Saxon to early medieval periods and that it may have been established as early as the 9th Century AD.

After the archaeological excavation was complete, and prior to the construction of the new homes, Grace Homes arranged for the Nether Broughton History Project (NBHP) to visit the site, so they could view the findings.

About the development:

The Oval, Nether Broughton, is a small development of 12 two to five-bedroom homes with incredible views across open fields. To receive more information as it becomes available REGISTER YOUR INTEREST HERE.

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